The 'Ultimate Toolbox' by Richard Sink provides consumers with a convenient place to house an array of implement accessories that is also conveniently portable and accessible. The toolbox is made out of a repurposed oil drum that is fitted with a retractable sliding door out of one side of the barrel. The inside houses an array of clip-on extensions for adhering tools onto.
Sink's 'Ultimate Toolbox' opts for an unconventional cylindric shape that departs from the standard rectangular from most boxes opt for. The advantage is the drum can house an array of tools in a presentable format, so users can see each individual implement and quickly grab what they need. The box is also mounted onto a set of wheels so it can be rolled to any location.
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